Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Can The Little Guy Win?........IS THERE ANY HOPE?

Can The Little Guy Win?

Even though the odds are never in our favor, there is still hope.

Not everyone has to make the extreme sacrifice in order to contribute to the revolution.

There are thousands of small acts which will weaken the establishment: Don't be a slave to debt. Live beneath your means and accumulate some physical silver and gold. Don't vote for candidates selected by the vested interests. Spread the message of liberty and freedom to anyone who will listen. Think critically. Do not trust your government.

The ruling class, in all cases, is driven by a voracious appetite for supremacy, wealth, and control. War is good for business and keeps the masses distracted, while the Wall Street financiers harvest the wealth of the citizens. The domination of the world by central bankers representing private interests has never been more evident than it has since the Federal Reserve created 2008 financial crisis and the traitorous actions taken by politicians and central bankers in the last seven years.

Few  in leadership positions in Washington DC, on Wall Street, in corporate America, or in the mainstream media are good. Those in positions of power will use any means necessary to gain or maintain power. The entire world is under the control of deceitful, cunning, egomaniacal, corruptible, psychopaths who will stop at nothing to fulfill their personal agendas. They are human beings who have allowed their dark sides to dominate their actions. There are no good guys, just varying degrees of evil imposed upon the masses by erratic unpredictable people with wildly differing levels of intelligence, patriotism and judgement.

Few in positions of power can be trusted. Betrayal, violence, money, power and war are the weapons of the state. Loyalty, courage, sacrifice, love and hope are the domain of the people. The state walks a fine line between keeping the masses controlled through entertainment, debt, fear and hope. If the people lose all hope, despair leads to anger as those with nothing to lose take to the streets.

The world is a morally ambiguous place where those in power and those seeking power utilize the influence of media propaganda and PR campaigns built around "heroes" and "icons" to psychologically control the masses, while enriching themselves and their crony capitalist sponsors. Endless war against the latest "bad guys" further enriches the arms dealers and their political lackeys who joyfully use faux patriotism and nationalistic fervor to insist upon more boots on the ground, drones in the air, bombs dropped, and missiles launched.

We live in a confusing world of anxiety, hate, greed, deceit and immorality, where governments throughout the world are nothing but rotting cesspools of psychotic despots desperately clinging to power while using any means necessary to keep the masses sedated and docile. Good people, with noble intentions, still exist in this decadent world, but they do not seek power or have any say in the governance of this world. The oppressed are hopelessly enslaved in debt, kept submissive by welfare transfers from the corrupt state, dumbed down by the state education system, amused by technological gadgets and vacuous entertainment, and kept in perpetual fear of seen and unseen enemies. We are told who to hate, who to fear, who to love, and who to believe by a nameless faceless state run by people we didn't elect, constituting the invisible government.

We must resist and oppose the ever growing oppressive power of a tyrannical state systematically dismantling the Constitution and stripping the people of liberty and freedom.

We've slipped away from a true republic. Now we're slipping into a fascist system where it's a combination of government, big business and authoritarian rule, and the suppression of the individual rights of each and every American citizen. When it comes to any significant differences on foreign policy, economic intervention, the Federal Reserve, a strong executive branch, a welfarism mixed with corporatism, both parties are very much alike.  The major arguments in hotly contested presidential races are mostly for public consumption to convince the people they actually have a choice.

It is the Nature of the State to Seek to Dominate the Populace

Freedom is one of the most precious and hard-won of all conditions in life. A government applies the removal of freedoms in a ratchet effect; once a freedom has been taken away from a population, it's rarely returned. Therefore, freedom tends to deteriorate over time in any nation, no matter how idealistically-founded it may have been.

Today, leaders and policymakers are acutely aware of the complacency of the majority of people. Rather than use force to get people to give up their freedoms, they use the populace's inclination to pay scant attention to the details of new policies – to instead follow the easy-to-absorb rhetoric instead. In this fashion, leaders can remove freedoms one after the other, no matter how transparent or even blatantly contradictory the methodology.

"When governments fear the people, there is liberty. When the people fear the government, there is tyranny." 

                                                                                                                                                       Thomas Jefferson

Freedom is not static. Those citizens who hope that it will simply remain intact if unattended are mistaken, for the State will always seek to remove freedoms over time. It's therefore the chore of every citizen to remain ever vigilant and to question everything that his government seeks to do to initiate change. It's often a dull, tedious task, but a very necessary one if the citizen values his remaining freedoms.

In this age of infinite distraction... when the entitled elect themselves, the party accelerates, and the brutal hangover is inevitable.

Prepare for the inevitable collapse of this rotten, fetid, corrupt paradigm.

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